What is Vasogorge Black?
Vasogorge Black is a stimulant-free, pump pre workout supplement formulated to promote vasodilation, encourage blood flow, and enhance cellular swelling.*
Vasogorge Black was designed to be a versatile, standalone or stackable pre workout supplement to enhance pumps, increase blood flow, boost energy, and promote endurance.*
The ingredients in Vasogorge Black supported increased cell volume and promote hyperhydration, allowing athletes to sustain a high level of performance even during the most intense workouts.*
Can I Stack Vasogorge Black?
Vasogorge Black contains no stimulants. As such, it can be used as a standalone pre workout or stacked with your favorite stimulant-based pre workout, such as Primeval Labs Ape Sh*t or Ape Sh*t Cutz.*
HydroMax is a premium-grade, shelf-stable glycerol supplement containing 65% pure glycerol by weight.*
Previous forms of glycerol contained at most 25% glycerol by mass, which left you with very little glycerol and a lot of unwanted saturated fat. These previous glycerol options also were notorious for clumping due to glycerol’s hygroscopic nature. More likely than not, you yourself were the victim of a clumpy tub of pre workout that you had to throw away in the garbage.*
HydroMax touts improved stability, solubility, and shelf-life compared to glycerol supplements of years past. And, you’re also getting more glycerol on a gram-per-gram basis than with previous versions, too.*
That’s great and all, but what does HydroMax actually do?
HydroMax supports hydration and nutrient absorption due to its ability to enhance muscle cells’ ability to absorb water. In other words, HydroMax helps skeletal muscle cells act like ultra-absorbent sponges encouraging them to soak up extra water and nutrients, improving hydration, stamina, and resistance to fatigue.*
As an added bonus, due to the cell-saturating qualities of HydroMax, it also increases muscle fullness (“water-based” pumps).*
VasoDrive-AP (AmealPeptide®) is a proprietary ingredient derived from casein (yes, the same stuff used in protein powders!) included to promote enhanced blood flow and nutrient delivery.*
VasoDrive-AP contains a combination of two tripeptides naturally occurring in casein in:
- Valyl-Prolyl-Proline (VPP), and
Studies using these two lactotripeptides have demonstrated their ability to support endothelial function and reduce blood pressure by inhibiting angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) -- an enzyme that causes blood vessels to constrict.[1,2,3,4] *
A 2015 meta-analysis of randomized control trials also found that these same casein-derived lactotripeptides can help reduce both systolic and diastolic blood pressure and promotes arterial elasticity.*
Additionally, inhibiting ACE and/or blocking the angiotensin II receptor has been shown in research to lead to improvements in insulin sensitivity.*
This is noteworthy because researchers have observed a link between insulin resistance and endothelial dysfunction, characterized by reduced nitric oxide, which subsequently limits blood flow to skeletal muscles and decreases muscle pumps.[5,6]*
VasoDrive-AP promotes greater blood flow to skeletal muscles, encouraging greater nutrient delivery and helping deliver better performance and stronger muscle pumps.*
Consume one serving (i.e. 5 capsules) 20-30 minutes prior to training.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
FitzGerald RJ, Meisel H. Milk protein-derived peptide inhibitors of angiotensin-I-converting enzyme. Br J Nutr. 2000;84 Suppl 1:S33-37.
Hirota T, Ohki K, Kawagishi R, et al. Casein hydrolysate containing the antihypertensive tripeptides Val-Pro-Pro and Ile-Pro-Pro improves vascular endothelial function independent of blood pressure-lowering effects: contribution of the inhibitory action of angiotensin-converting enzyme. Hypertension research : official journal of the Japanese Society of Hypertension. 2007;30(6):489-496.
Fekete ÁA, Givens DI, Lovegrove JA. Casein-Derived Lactotripeptides Reduce Systolic and Diastolic Blood Pressure in a Meta-Analysis of Randomised Clinical Trials. Nutrients. 2015;7(1):659-681.
- Jäkälä P, Vapaatalo H. Antihypertensive Peptides from Milk Proteins. Pharmaceuticals (Basel). 2010;3(1):251–272. Published 2010 Jan 19. doi:10.3390/ph3010251
Baron AD, Brechtel-Hook G, Johnson A, Hardin D. Skeletal muscle blood flow. A possible link between insulin resistance and blood pressure. Hypertension. 1993;21(2):129-135.
- Mather KJ, Steinberg HO, Baron AD. Insulin resistance in the vasculature. J Clin Invest.123(3):1003-1004.